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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1912)
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SUNSHINE MINE 18
Owners and Leasers Act
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J. L. LYONS. D. D. 5.
Offlc In Wataon'a Block, Lak
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Ura.laala f LnlraraU? o( Mtehlgaa
J. N. Watson
Farm Land a Specialty
LAKE VIEW I OREGON
It pays to be prudent
when it comes to pro
tecting your gardens
from tho squirrel vnrmin
HALL & REYNOLD'S
SQUIRREL AND GOPHER
FOR SALE IN ALL QUANTITIES
(TTTGood wiring is
II the very best
insurance policy you
can have and the
cheapest. We do it.
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cattle or mu lei l.
lonirlniitokujr of Ils
in addition to the !, tha nnlrilKoed
osVrtnu the ameuon'tlltno 110.00 for all hnra
a branded horw iluw bar ou both or either
law. Hraud recorilud In etgbt cnuutlea. Range
Haraer. Ike and Crook oouullee. Horu
rented wben anlit.
Nona bul-rowu homeeioH). and only In la rye
anhobot W. W. baowN. Hfe.Oregou.
gfTT I have recently kwated In
Lakeview, uud In coujuua-
tlon with the LtikeVlow
Motvuntlle Co., tun prep tired to
handle tiny work mid supply
material for all contracts in
ALGER LAND COMPANY
Real Estate Brokers
High Grade Mining Stock
NEW PINE CREEK & LAKEVIEW
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Camp High Urad ti now rapidly as
timing tha aupearanca of a busy baa
hlva. Every day rr gin tori greater
activity, and tha beginning rf near en
Tha buay hum la stnctlly In evidence
al, adjacaant to tha Hunahlne.
Loth the ownera and lessurs are gett
ing buay, and now It can be truthfully
asserted that Camp High Grade haa
eitabliahed. and la maintaining, and
will continue to take care of a pay roll.
Henceforth the big dinner pall and
the semi monthly pay check will relate
their atoriea of good cheer and pros
perltv in the dlatrict.
The day of doubt and uncertainty haa
psised. Camp High Grade ta on the
map. The aplendld history it la to in
acribe on the acroll of financial auceeaa
ia now forming Itself into legible and
traceable character. The camp will
aurvive the inlury inflicted by knock
era, wild cattera, "Get Kirn Quick"
boomere, and 'sensational mining peri
odical!. Back of the Sunahlne High
Grade Mining Co., ownera of the Yel
low Jacket, Gaacon and Sunablne
miner are Kelix M. Green. W. V.
Heryfored. J. D. Hervford, F. U.
Miller and W. Lair Thompson, all
wealthy men of thia locality, com-
poaed of cattlemen, landowner, and
banking men. Wlte buiineaa judgment
and wealth haa been combined to ope
rate the belt and richeat gold mine at
High Gratfe. The operations of the
company may be depended upon te be
aafe, conservative and conaiteent: end
at the tame time energetic and effeo-tural.
Leaae Not., "The Locky Dutch
man." on the Yellow Jacket, la work
ing ateadily with a force of three men,
In an open cut, In which an 8-foot vein
of heavy, bercciated, mineralised mat
ter haa been encountered. The recent
aenratlonal atrike ot picture value ore
In tbia leaae continuea to be the talk
of mining men, and tho ore body ia
maintaining iu magnitude and value.
Under the terma of tbe leaae the
leaaeea muit aink ZTAi feet on the vein
now exposed. Expert expect a uo-
celon of surprise from tbia leaae.
Leaae No. 2, on the Yellow Jacket ia
being systematically operated by Old
man and Padgett. Tbia lease adioina
"The Lucky Dutchman" on the East.
Tbe lessee are runnig an open crosa
cut to the North, to intersect the
"Lucky Dutchman" vein, only a very
short distanoe away. Thia leaae ia
thickly atrewn with large ohunka ot
rich float, and ia thought to be aa
valuable aa "Tbe Lucky Dutchman."
Lease No. 3, Yellow Jacket, ia beld
and la being operated by Purcell and
Keegan. A upon No. 2, much very
rich float la in evidence on the aurface
of thia block, and the leaae la consi
dered a very valuable one.
Leaoe No. 1, Sunshine, haa been let
to Joe Druner. who ia arranging to
inaugurate a practical development
system on the property.
Lease No. 3. haa been let to Mr. K.
P. Pate, a practical and auccesstul
mining man of Sacramento. He is now
busy with the preliminaries to a stren
uous campaign ot powder and steel.
Lease No. 4, Sunshine, has been se
cured by W. S. Moore, our local as
sayer who baa associated etrong Colo
rado capital with him in the enterprise.
He banka hla judgment on bia own
assays, and la confident that he will
clean up a fortune from the lease.
Leaae No. 6, Sunshine, beld ty Mc-
Fall, Nelson and Sargent waa the acene
of a phenomenal atrike thia week at
the breast of the tunnel ahowing 8
inches of $100.00 ore. They are now
drifting on the vein to determine the
extent of tb rich ore body.
Lease No. V, Sunshine, held by Mc-
Kall, Nelson and Ahlstrom opened rich
ore on the vein. Tbey are cutting a
station to sink winze In the tunnel to
depth of 800 feet.
The Sunshine Company haa a force
of men taking out rich stuff and sack-
ng ore at the North end of tbe vein.
ElHewbere in the district much activ
ity prevails. While the Sunshine con-
nues to be the banner property are
forging to the front, and some of them
ill most certainly write splendid re
CAMP HIGH GRADE
IS ON THE MAP
Opening of Communica
tion With Outside to Be
(High Grade News)
The eloaing of Important deals, tbe
opening of rich ore bodies at the sur
face, the deterlmnation of men who
have been convinced by the over
whelming evidence of the merit of the
camp to make good to themaelvea
and tbe to the world, and their wisely
directed effort to do so and the re
markable showing made by tbe differ
ent operatora in ao abort a- time en
tltlea this camp to extra ordinary dia-tlnction.
Tonight the town of High Grade will
be dedicated to the world and to pos
terity In a manner becoming the griz
zled veterans of many districts.
Tbe occasion of thia event ia the
opennlg of communcation with tbe out
side world with Camp High Grade
by wire and the opening of business
in tbe post office which waa consum
mated this week.
A bugh bonfire on the summit ot
Yellow Mountain that will l.luminat
the Warner range, Sunset and Surprise
valleys for many mile will be one of
A barbecue in tbe town of Hibg
Grade has been provided .for. Iwbich
will be accompanied byapeech making,
The festivities will cloee with a
grand ball to which everybody on tbe
range and In tbe valley la invited.
High Grade ia born. Long live the
greatest gold camp in all History Tbe
Snow Robed Wonder of ths North
Lt everoyody turn out and contri
ubte to the making of tbia celebration
one of tbe notable events in the his
tory of the West.
The Guf Foster Livery haa arranged
for a fare of S2.00 for the round trip,
from New Pine Creek.
The Lakeview Orchestra will f.irnisb
Philadelphia Man Much
Pleated With Show
ing In District
(High Grade News)
A a demonstration of tbe keen in
terest that la being taken ;in Camp
High Orade by Eastern cspitalfsts tbe
visltof Mr. J. H. Anderson, of Phila
delphia to the camp Jast week, and tbe
pleasure with which be landed its
merits but one of many recent notable
Mr .Anderson is a pleasant, Intelll
vent gentleman and conservative
business man of wealth. He possesses
the proper cold blooded dollar and
oent idea of mining proposition.
The vision palace ia not for him. He
Insists upon demonstrated merit When
tbat la presented be ia there with bia
intense energy, bia practical judge
ment, bia systematic operations and bis
Mr. Anderson spent several daya in
camp tbia week, tne guest of Cbaa. N.
Miller, of the N.-C.-O. He departed
for tne East, Tuesday expressing con
fidence In the outcome ot tbe district,
and pleasure at the aplendld show In
thus far made.
GREEN RANCH IS
BIG HAY FIELD
Force of Men Now Har
vesting Finest Hay
Out of Doors
(High Grade News)
- The big ranch, owned by Felix M
Green, adjoining New Pine Creek oi
the south ia now the acene of activity.
Fivs mowers and two rakea are at
work on the 460 acres. Seven men in
tbe beld atacking bay, and ten other
are employed in thia big meadow in
different capacities harvesting tbe croo,
Mr. Green estimates tbat It will re
quire 25 daya to plaoe tbia first cuting
in the stack. He says that the crop la
not quite so heavy thia year as ordin
BIG FOUR MILL
Stamps Will Begin Pound
ing on Bi-Ore Reserves
Simple Mixture Helps
That eimplo remedies uro bert hs
aHln bmu proven. Hall & KeuoMe
report that insny Lakeview people
are receiving ljuiciv Deueiit irom
aiuiple liuc.kborn bark, glycerine, etc.,
an mixed In Adler Ik a, the Herman
iippeudleitls remedy, A HNCJLE
DOSE helps Hour stomach, fcua on the
Htomai'h anil oouutipatlon INSTANT
LY heuaiiHu tbia simple mixture uutl.
aeptlelees the digestive organ and
draw off tbe impurities.
(tligli Grade News)
The Big Four Mill will begin opera
tions next week on tbe several hundred
tona of ore already mined, and the big
ledge ot low grade estimaud to contain
100,000 tons which assays better than
3500. per ton. Tbia ledge stands out
on the North end of tbe property and
of itselr ia a bonanza.
Payne Brothers Transfer Company
bauled the new cams up the mill on
Tuesday and they are being Installed.
Tbe atamps will begin pounding early
next week. '
Leaser John P. Bassler ia activity de
veloping the property in practical and
systematic manner, and feela certain
tbat he will make a handsome clean
A Good Position
Can be bad by ambitious young
men and ladle in tbe field of " Wire
leas'.' or rail war telegraphy. Since
tbe K-hour law became effective, and
since the wireless coiupanlea are es
tablishing stations throughout tbe
country there is a great shortage of
telegraphers. Position pay begin
era from (70 to $00 per month, with
good ebuuee of advancement. The
Nattuunl Telegraph Institution of
Portlaud, Ore., operates under super
vision o R. It. and wireless official
and places all graduates Into posi
tions. It will pay you to write them
for full detail.
FOR HIGH GRADE
Camp Town to Have Di
rect Connection With the
(High Grade News)
Hieb Orade now has immediate wire
eomunlcation with all the reat of tbe
A force of men ia now bosy planting
poles and stretching wires between
New Pine Creek and Fort Bidwell via
tbe town of High Grade district.
Manager McKinstry ia poshing tbe
work with all possible dispatch, and
announcea tbat first claaa service will
be established and maintained from
You Will Hake No flistake if You
Follow This Advice.
Never neglect yonr kidneys.
If you have pain lu tbe bnck.urlnary
dlsordera, dizziness aud nervousness,
it's time to act and no time to experi
ment. These are common symptoms
of kidney trouble, and you should seek
a remedy which Is recommended for
Doan's Kidney Pills is tbe remedy to
use. It b.B cared tnaoy stubborn
cses lo this viclulty.
Can Lakeview residents demand
further proof than the following tes
Mrs. George Bell, Washington St.,
Klamath Falls, Ore., says: "Same
time ago I began to sutler from pains
In my back, due to disordered kidneys,
The kidney secretions were moat un
natural, causing me annovaoce. Hear
ing ot Doan's Kidney Pills, I procured
a supply aud began tbelr use. Tbey
completely cured ui. I ean highly
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills to
otbet kidney sufferers."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents, froster-ullburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agtnt for the United
Hemember the name Doan's aud
take no other.
Rainier Beer on draught at the Iun
Rainier ou drsugth or in bottles at
the Brewery. 2t
Tbe best butter Oliver's 10 cents
per pound at Bieber's Cash ntore.
If you want a really good smoke
for a Dickie, try Storkman's Leader.
For a real bargain for a bouse and
ot in Lakeview, see J. N. Watson. 2
For sale: 12Q seres sage brush land
under canal, fenced, 1-5 per acre. See
J. N, Watson. Cf
Th e High Grade Ne ws
If you want the facts and all the NEWS
about the High Orade district send $2 to
The High Grade News
New Pine Creek, Ore.
Nmw Pliy Crk Im on thm N. C. - O. ft. It. only mvn
m from hart of iff district
ERECTED IN 1900
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Pi ti a r srw er m T
LIQHT & HARROW. Proprietors .
F. P. UQHT GEO. HARROW
Daily Service Reno to Lakeview Except Sundays
No. 1 Arrives Lakeview at 8:45 P. M.
No. 2 Leaves Lakeview at 6:30 A. M.
Daily Except Sunday
C. W. CLASS, AGENT :: LAKEVIEW, OREGON
CONSOLIDATED STAGE CO.
O per at Stafaa, carrying- I'aiiud 5tatca-MaHs, Express and Paaaraters aa tha
ALTURAS TO LAKEVIEW; LAKEVIEW TO PLUSH
KLAMATH FALLS TO LAKEVIEW
AirronosiLBs OPERATED in CONNECTION WITH THE 5TAQE5
PARES: Osa Way XaaaS trip
Klamath Fall Route ... $10.00 $18.00
Davi Creek Route - 4.00 ' 7.00
Plush Route 4.00 7.00
Lakartaw ..... 5taf Office
Plash . . . SiiIHtu Hetal
Klam.'h Falls . . ... Aawricaa Hatai
Davit Ceck . ... 5tag Office
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LAKEVIEW ABSTRACT & TITLE CO.
ABSTRACTS TO ALL REAL PROPERTY IN LAKE COUKTY, 0REG01
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SURtTY BONDS ana
H. W. MORGAN, Manager, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
rOSTOFFICK BOX 23 MONK 171
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
FOR CHILDREN 1 to 8 year
t-EVI STRAUSS CO.. Mtt SuFtwfaca
E. Arabolad & Co.
Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings
Sugar, perewt $7.00
Euliiue Coal Oil, case 10 gsillouB , fi.SO
Extra Star Coal Oil, case 10 gallons $3.50
Star Coal Oil, case 10 gallon $3.20
Standard Can Corn, case V donvn $3 00 .
Extr Standard Tom a toes, case 2 doten $3.25
Extra Solid Back Tomaton, case 2 doten $4.00
SATISFACTION OX ALL SALES ABSOLUTELY
GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY CHEERFULLY
REFUNDED OIVE US A TRIAL ORDER AND
BECOME CONVINCED OF THE QUALITY OF
OUR GOODS AND LOW STANDARD OF PRICES
New Pine Creek, Oregon
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